STAG Out of Lockdown Phase 1 - permitted optionsNo.1 Cathkin Braes CP - Score May 2018 ; No.2 Pollok CP - Score Jan 2020

Planned by Arnis this course at Cathkin Braes CP should fall within the 5 mile zone allowed for a majority of STAG Members.

Planned by Gerry this course at Pollok CP should be accessible for members residing in the west of Glasgow .

Both areas are on the edge of my 5 mile+ radius for training.

+ From STAG HQ in Carntyne.

Mon 1 JunRead more…

STAG & Coronavirus 19 updated Sunday 31st May 2020

Please continue to follow the lockdown guidance issued by Scottish Government and refer to updated information on SOA Website

Sat 28 MarRead more…

New Memberships for 2020 now being accepted on line. Renewals always welcome :)New Record for STAG - 102 Members now on the books !!!

As of Wednesday 19th February 2020 we now have 76 Seniors (34 STAG/SOA/BOF & 42 STAG/SOA) & 26 Juniors ( 1 STAG/SOA/BOF & 25 STAG/SOA) registered for 2020 Membership = 102 :). Welcome back to Ruth & Ross & all those associated with the North Lanarkshire Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Programme & now to Jennifer & Tom who joined this evening - Everyone most welcome.

Wed 19 FebRead more…

Introduction To Orienteering RacesReleased Friday 11th January 2019

A really good summary of what goes on at an actual event.

Thu 10 Jan

New to Orienteering?

Visiting A Control Marker

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.